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's not every day that someone gets to say thanks a billion and really mean it. and that is what johns hopkins university in baltimore is saying to new york city's mayor, michael bloomberg. this weekend, bloomberg made a gift of $350 million to his alma matter, the large nest the university's history. brought his total gifts to johns hop kips to $1.1 billion t all began with a $5 donation in 1965, the year after bloomberg graduated. it brings new meaning to the term "giving back." certainly bigger meaning to that term. >>> when we come back, how they were finally reunite you had after the storm. we will meet the ladies of the golden age club. 's impressive? a talking car. but i'll tell you what impresses me. a talking train. this ge locomotive can tell you exactly where it is, what it's carrying, while using less fuel. delivering whatever the world needs, when it needs it. ♪ after all, what's the point of talking if you don't have something important to say? ♪ but, dad, you've got... [ voice of dennis ] allstate. with accident forgiveness, they guarantee your rates won't go up just because
. temperatures will drop back into the 20's with a chance for some light snow on friday. >> johns hopkins university is celebrating a major donation from michael bloomberg. the school announced yesterday that the mayor is giving them $350 million. most of the money will support faculty research and teaching, the rest financial aid for undergraduate students. bloomberg has now given more than $1 billion to the yuret where he graduated in 1964. >> a bone marrow drive to help a baltimore monsignor and others in a community in need. monsignor was diagnosed with leukemia in 2006 and has already had one transplant. his doctors say he needs a second to fight the disease. any healthy person between 18 and 34 can be a donor. >> i want to be able to help somebody else. that was the idea. there's people out there that it's not a big deal. it is a big deal. so it's not all that difficult to be a donor and you can save a life. >> and then you're going to take the swab. >> the information for the swab will be kept on a registeryal called "be the match." >> for some families, dinner time can mean eat he
with the biddens at st. john's episccapal in d.c. president obama actually began his second term in office yesterday. the presidential inaugurations always take place on january 20th. it fell on a sunday this year. a smaller ceremony marked the start yesterday with a larger one taking plates today. on sunday, president obama surrounded himself with just about a dozen family members and recited the 35-word oath of office in the blue room of the white house. chief justice john roberts administered the oath, and the president swore in on his wife's bible given to her mom on mother's day in 1958. afterwards, president obama gave his first public remarks of his second term and joked about a big talking pointed over the weekend. michelle obama's new bang. the president says he loves them calling it the most significant event of the weekend and says she looks good. she always looks good. today, we are expecting a much bigger crowd than what we saw yesterday, more than half a million people will be watching from the mall this morning with millions more on television
smooth sailing for john kerry. the senate is set to easily approve his nomination to be the next secretary of state on tuesday. kerry testified at his confirmation hearing yesterday appearing before the senate foreign relations committee that he chairs. kerry answered questions about iran's nuclear program, energy security, and humanitarian assistance, but said in order for the u.s. to be a world leader, it must get its fiscal house in order. >> it's difficult enough to solve some of the problems that we face, but i will tell you, it becomes impossible or near impossible if we ourselves replace our credibility and leverage with gridlock and dysfunction. >> kerry is a five-term senator and vietnam war veteran. >>> well coming up on the "morning news," risky rescue crews fight raging floodwaters to save a stranded boy clinging to a tree. >>> and later in sports, a snowmobiler flips out on a bad landing and later his brother wipes out. this is the "cbs morning news." wipes out. this is the "cbs morning news." especially my niece. the moment she pointed out
brother john who coaches the baltimore ravens. >> john is 15 months older than jaim . >> is the first time two brothers who are head coaches will face against each other in the superbowl. >> there is no rivalry. therthey are pretty good about it. >> we're learning more about the famous 49 a quarterback as he prepares to head to the superbowl. luana munopz sits down with colin kaepernick spares to talk more about his life. >> his parents had two children and chose to adopt after losing another. which led to colin. >> he was very physically active. he was really smart and like games or anything that was challenging. >> he played until he won. he was likely to leave the table until he won. >> when calling was for the family moved from wisconsin to california. the two full- time working parents made time for their kids. >> between my husband and i we balanced getting the kids where they needed to be like all parents. >> column has always had the ability to want to go do things. when he said that i want a pitching coach we found a pitching coach and did it. >> people would say when the you do t
. >>> senator john kerry was on the hotseat during his confirmation hearing on capitol hill. president obama's pick for secretary of state answered questions for four hours. kerry says that u.s. foreign policy should be defined by helping hand, as well as by military strength. even with iran stopping its nuclear program, kerry said diplomacy is still an option. >> we will do what we must do to prevent iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, and i repeat here today, our policy is not containment. it is prevention. >> the senate foreign relations committee is expected to approve kerry's nomination early next week. the full senate could vote a few days after. >> which means he would take over for hillary clinton some time in early february. according to some analysts, there was no grand vision that he laid out during the four-hour hearing yesterday, but certainly with iran, with syria, with north korea, his plate, as they often are for secretaries of state, it will be more than full here. >> he certainly is a seasoned politician. and hillary clinton testified yesterday and gave her stamp of appro
.9. >> brian: putting it in perspective, knowing the challenges were different for each president, john meacham, an historian, wrote the book on jefferson, weighed in with bill o'reilly. >> the most important line and not in the speech, it's the fall in media household income over the last 12 years. without rectifying that, this will be an unmemorable presidency and potentially a significantly -- >> how is he going to do that in three years? how is he gog remedy that, turn that around so that the regular folks start to make more money? it seems to me almost inconceivable. almost impossible with his policies. >> with his policies. but i think we're all to blame here. i really do. i think that a lot of people don't want to heart hard truth. people don't want to pay more tax. they don't want to see these cuts. they don't want to embrace the simpson bowles kind of proposals. these are hard choices. but guess what? you and i didn't run for president. he sought the job. it is now his solemn responsibility and i think he is a good man and i think you agree with that. it's his responsibility to lead us
across the area. our forecast gets up near freezing for the high. >> thank you john and thank you for joining us and donating to special olympics maryland. back in 25 minutes for another update. >>> welcome back to "today," saturday morning, the 26th day of january, 2013. my oldest son's birthday. cold weather couldn't keep this crowd from coming out on the plaza as they say hello to friends and family. our thanks to them for spending part of their saturday with us. tell you how long these frigid temperatures will last in a moment. lester holt here along with erica hill. >>> coming up, we're talking about the dangers of snoring. if you think it's only an inconvenience to people who hear it, think again. the results of a study say it could be more dangerous than smoking. >> which is surprising. that made me look up. frankly, it's high with me -- dave. >>> notre dame officials speak out about the prank that humiliated their star linebacker, manti te'o. >>> ahead, are you having a super bowl party? get ready to dish out more money for food. we'll tell you how much money chicken wings
with that high school sweet heart or meet a total stranger. but there's a flip side, and john, a hard-nosed pi, joined me in a seedy hotel room scene, no doubt the scene of many sorted liaisons to explain what's going on. >> privacy doesn't exist no more. it's over. >> reporter: lipstick on a collar is no longer the cheat's biggest problem. >> nick, technology is going to get you caught at some point. technology is killing the cheater. >> reporter: because an electronic trail is nearly impossible to erase. it was text messages that played a part in the downfall of tiger woods. congressman anthony weiner, a laughing stock after sending photos of his manhood to young women on twitter. and an e-mail retired general david petraeus. then there were the good old fashion phone bills. >> when we look at phone bills for people cheating, we look at the number of minutes for people talking. most are two, three minutes max. when you see 30, 40 minute cell phone calls and that number keeps popping up, there's a problem. >> reporter: he says if you suspect your man is a cheater, he will catch him. because c
with them. for "today," john yang, nbc news, chicago. >> lester? >> thanks. >>> now to a revealing story about snoring. you may think of it as annoying or just an inconvenience. new research suggests it's much more serious, possibly even worse than smoking or obesity. gabe gutierrez has details. [ snoring ] >> reporter: it's a constant battle in bedrooms. >> roll over, please. >> reporter: now a wake-up call. snoring is serious. >> it affects my sleep patterns. it affects how i perform at work. >> reporter: jim kelly broke his nose in high school and hasn't slept well since. just ask his wife. >> you can hear it through the walls. and it reverberates, and it's the really deep, throaty snore occasionally. and so, yeah, it -- it can be a nuisance. [ snoring ] >> reporter: a new study shows it's just the beginning. doctors at henry ford hospital in detroit examined 54 patients. turns out those who snore head thicker carotid arteries, that could slow blood flow to the brain, putting snorers at greater risk for heart disease than being overweight, smoking, or having high cholesterol. how sign
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ceiling. papa john is offering a free large pizza to customers who correctly call the coin toss for the game, which is the biggest sales day of the year, the chicken counsel says 1.2 billion wing portions will be eaten over the super bowl weekend. >> now 5:24 on this wednesday morning. good news as you head outside, not as chilly as it has been in the morning. >> also news, and i am just curious why we have "spare the air" and sprinkles of rain today? >> it was interesting. i thought the same thing when they issued the spare spay day -- they issued the "spare the air" day, but the cold air could be locked in the valley and they are afraid the air will not vent if you have a fire it could create issues. no one burning wood today, mid-50's to low 60's with rain to the north, showers to the south and you can see the steady rain to the north right now and showers to our south where it will be in the low-to-upper 70's around san diego and los angeles and palm springs. >> we have word of a bart delay because of track maintenance at the fremont and dublin/pleasanton direction so it is
was a newspaper boy. an honorable way to begin. it's so i got my start. he gets his first john upton at the daily "herald", an afternoon newspaper down and bollocks to gulfport purely serendipitously where i got my start. he portrays himself quite openly and but as a very gullible reporters. i certainly hope that when you bought the book and have had a chance to look at the you will be as entertaining as we were by some of his early stories of falling for ruses and having great faith that everyone was telling him the truth, as you find out later they weren't always telling the truth. of course, he then begins to develop a reputation that is very tough, hard-nosed investigative reporter which could soon be applicable * and sense and fleeing to the atlanta constitution where he continued to get be about. he did some just break through investigative reporter that we will hear about tonight. beyond that he was just terrific, shoot. he was just a great reporter. it's easy to overemphasize just that it was investigated. his career was also above standing for the first amendment he worked with a number
. the president has promoted four women to senior posts in the white house. most notably lisa monaco that if john brennan is confirmed to run cia, she will be the president's white house adviser on homeland security and she has an interesting resume herself. >> let's talk more about that. we saw valerie jared. had had a chance to press her on whether or not the white house feels there's a sufficient amount of women and diversity on the cabinet. they say when it is all said and done, it will be reflective of the united states. do you get a sense the white house -- there will be more announcements and look more diverse? >> reporter: sylvia matthews burrell is the top contender to run the office of management and budget, which is currently run by jeff and previously run by lew. on may be the administration and then at the gates foundation and now walmart so that would be one woman. and then lisa monaco is an interesting person. she's currently at the justice department. she was fbi director mueller's chief of staff. she also worked on the enron task force helping to prosecute some of the people in
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